Archive for Tag Archives: ' LPC'

Editorial- Sanctuary Campus

LPC’s determination to be a sanctuary school makes us proud By The Express Editorial Board Survival of the fittest sounds great as a mantra when it’s a motivational pep talk aimed at the competitive spirit. But [...]

Something called love

By Blake Sperling @RATIO_ Simi Pajetta Major: Nursing “Most of the Valentine’s Day experiences I’ve had have usually been with someone special. I’ve always gone out of my way to make it a special day as [...]

Celebrities are just as qualified to run for president

Celebrity presidents: are they a good idea? By Alex Lontoc @ALEXXLONTOC There’s nothing wrong with a celebrity running for president. People seem to negate the idea of celebrities entering politics, when our current president himself is [...]

Free year of California college

By Ian Jones @IDJONESPHOTOG Free tuition for the first year of college?! In October, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 19 (AB-19,) the “California College Promise,” which provides just that, into law. Previously known as [...]

BSU makes return to campus

Letter to the editor- By: Inglish Hills Happy Black History Month, from LPC’S Black Student Union. With diversity growing at LPC, a few devoted women have decided to start a club that is dedicated to black [...]

Hawks big man swats away bad habits

By Justine Chavez @VIVALAAJUSTINE 6’10, 220 pounds and ready to attack at any second. Anand Hundal is a power forward that leads the LPC men’s basketball team in rebounding, but he also leads the state in [...]

Where do you buy your weed from?

Express Yourself: Where do you buy your weed from? By Taylor Lobb @TAYLORLOBB Gabriela Maciel: “I get it from either people I know or a weed church that I go to. A weed church is basically [...]

Cannabis campus guide

Cannabis on campus: Everything student users need to know By Taylor Lobb @TAYLORLOBB While state residents can now legally smoke a joint or hit their wax pen when they please, the students of Las Positas are [...]

The fight against the deadly flu

By Elizabeth Joy @ELIZABE53603091 On January 4th, 2018 the 40-year-old mother of three, Katie Oxley Thomas, died just four days after being diagnosed with the flu virus, according to ABC 7 News. Residing in San Jose, [...]

Plans for better campus parking

By Elijah Kutsenda Las Positas College is developing its campus according to the Facilities Master Plan released in 2012. The campus has already seen improvements with the construction of the 100 building but can also expect [...]